Our Best Campsites In Italy
With a fantastic pool complex, action-packed entertainment program and an enviable location perched on the banks of idyllic Lake Garda, Bella Italia is a firm favourite with families, year after year.
A golden sandy beach can be directly accessed from Pra'delle Torri, a wonderful four-star resort in Venice. Families love the Adriatic Sea setting and the opportunity to explore one of Italy’s most charismatic cities.
The dazzling white sands of Sardinia are home to some of Europe’s best beaches. When you book a stay at 4 Mori Village, you can experience these stunning beaches and enjoy a whole host of water sports.
Another one of our best campsites on Lake Garda, Eden offers guests amazing views of the lake from steeped terraces and a lovely family friendly ambience.
Things To Do When Camping In Italy
Our huge selection of campsites in Italy reflect not just the country’s amazing variety of beautiful landscapes but also its impressive attractions, too.
If you’ve opted for a camping trip near the fresh waters of the Italian Lakes, take advantage of outdoor activities like kayaking and hiking in addition to jaunts to fashionable Milan and charming Bergamo. A holiday on Italy’s Tuscan coast provides a chance to explore vineyards, sample local delicacies and admire Renaissance-era frescoes and artwork in Sienna, Florence and San Gimignano.
Campsites near Rome call for day trips into the city to view magnificent ancient ruins, while farther-flung Sardinia is a destination with a difference thanks to its laidback island culture and pristine beaches. And, finally, let’s not forget romantic Venice and Verona that can be easily reached on a camping trip along Italy’s Adriatic Coast
Popular Regions For Camping Holidays In Italy
Whether you’re after a lakeside camping holidays in Italy or you’d rather be close to the serene coastline, you’ll find that the country’s split into many diverse regions that all have their own unique charms.
If you’re a nature lover, pitch up a tent at Lake Maggiore, Lake Garda or Lake Iseo, which sit in the shadow of the stunning Italian Alps. Alternatively, head 200km east to the pine forest-fringed Adriatic Coast for hours of daily sunshine and exciting day trips to magical cities like Venice.
If you want a taste of rural Italy, Tuscany is the ideal spot for a camping trip filled with culinary treats and Renaissance masterpieces. And let’s not forget Sardinia, Italy’s idyllic island that offers up a relaxed pace of life and plenty of quiet coves to enjoy a Mediterranean summer.